In this week’s hiring roundup, Schroders is building up its investment team, BlackRock stays hyper-active and two London hedge funds are adding staff.
Schroders to grow in the U.S.
Schroders is looking to add to its multi-asset investment team in the U.S., where it hopes to double its revenue.
New fund launched
Former J.P. Morgan and UBS bankers are launching a new hedge fund in London and may need to hire. They’re opening an office in Monaco as well.
BlackRock staffing up new fund
BlackRock isn’t done hiring for its new credit alpha fund. The fund manager just picked off another Pimco exec. The firm is also reshuffling its top ranks, including adding eight members to its executive team.
Singaporean banks are being pressured to hire more local talent. Bad news for foreigners, good news for locals.
London fund hiring
Emerging market-focused hedge fund Finisterre Capital is hiring. Its latest poach is the global head of emerging market strategy at BNP Paribas.
Robo-adviser growing rapidly
Personal Capital has hired 40 client advisors since January. The software-focused advisor has grown four-fold in the last 12 months.
India creating banking jobs
The Reserve Bank of India is granting licenses to new banks, which will create between 1,500 and 5,000 jobs over the next two years.